Pay for a traffic ticket from the Municipal Court of Auburn City, Alabama online using this service. 

FAQs

Do I have to come to Court for a traffic citation?

If you have received a routine traffic citation (Speeding, Running a Stop Sign, etc.) or a Uniform Non-traffic Citation and Complaint from the Auburn City Municipal Court, you may pay such citation prior to your court date and avoid coming to Court.

If you are charged with a Misdemeanor (Harassment, Possession of Marijuana, Theft of Property 4th Degree, etc.), a violation that carries the possibility of jail time (Public Intoxication, Disorderly Conduct, etc.), or a serious traffic offense (DUI, Driving While License Suspended, etc.) you MUST come to your court date.

What if I can't pay my ticket(s) in full prior to or on my court date?

If you want to plead guilty and pay your fines and Auburn court costs, but are unable to pay them in full prior to or on your court date, you may enter a guilty plea(s) with  the Judge and you will be placed on a Payment Plan, giving you at least ninety (90) days to pay.

You will also be given a subpoena for a Payment Review Date that you must appear for unless the fines and costs are paid in full.

Can I go to driving school or otherwise keep a ticket off my record?

Driving school is typically at the discretion of the Court. However, if this is your first moving violation within the City of Auburn, the Court will generally allow you to complete an in-person traffic safety program in the City of Auburn.  Upon completion, the citation will be 'Nol Prossed'. 

The Court reserves the right to deny your application for the program based upon your statewide or nationwide driving history, even if it is a first offense in this jurisdiction. Additionally, individuals with CDL's are not eligible for this program.  If you are eligible for and interested in attending our Traffic Safety Program, please contact a Magistrate at least ten (10) days before your scheduled court date.

Pay for a traffic ticket from the Municipal Court of Auburn City, Alabama online using this service. 

FAQs

Do I have to come to Court for a traffic citation?

If you have received a routine traffic citation (Speeding, Running a Stop Sign, etc.) or a Uniform Non-traffic Citation and Complaint from the Auburn City Municipal Court, you may pay such citation prior to your court date and avoid coming to Court.

If you are charged with a Misdemeanor (Harassment, Possession of Marijuana, Theft of Property 4th Degree, etc.), a violation that carries the possibility of jail time (Public Intoxication, Disorderly Conduct, etc.), or a serious traffic offense (DUI, Driving While License Suspended, etc.) you MUST come to your court date.

What if I can't pay my ticket(s) in full prior to or on my court date?

If you want to plead guilty and pay your fines and Auburn court costs, but are unable to pay them in full prior to or on your court date, you may enter a guilty plea(s) with  the Judge and you will be placed on a Payment Plan, giving you at least ninety (90) days to pay.

You will also be given a subpoena for a Payment Review Date that you must appear for unless the fines and costs are paid in full.

Can I go to driving school or otherwise keep a ticket off my record?

Driving school is typically at the discretion of the Court. However, if this is your first moving violation within the City of Auburn, the Court will generally allow you to complete an in-person traffic safety program in the City of Auburn.  Upon completion, the citation will be 'Nol Prossed'. 

The Court reserves the right to deny your application for the program based upon your statewide or nationwide driving history, even if it is a first offense in this jurisdiction. Additionally, individuals with CDL's are not eligible for this program.  If you are eligible for and interested in attending our Traffic Safety Program, please contact a Magistrate at least ten (10) days before your scheduled court date.